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Events: SIMDI 2010 - Simulation and Data Intensive Fair
Posted Thu April 15, 2010 @08:34AM
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Announcements This year Gridcore AB will hold the fifth edition of its Simulation and Data Intensive Fair, SIMDI 2010 and the First Gompute Conference. These two events will be held during the 5th and 6th of May, 2010 in Gothenburg, SWEDEN.

The conferences will focus on High Performance Computing topics and on the HPC Cloud.

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Events: Radial Turbomachinery Design Webinar
Posted Thu April 15, 2010 @08:31AM
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Announcements On April 15, 2010, at 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. EST, SoftInWay will AxSTREAM Generation 3: New Features for Radial Turbomachines showcasing new features of the AXSTREAM software suite for radial turbines and centrifugal compressors.

The presentation will be followed by an open forum where SoftInWay’s experts will answer the attendee questions.

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New Software: Pointwise CAE Plug-in Allows Solver Customization
Posted Fri April 09, 2010 @09:46AM
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News The latest release of Pointwise’s mesh generation software for computational fluid dynamics (CFD) meshing features CAE plug-in, an API for customizing the product to export mesh and boundary condition data for a CFD solver or other CAE software file format.

“Even though Pointwise supports a broad variety of standard, de facto standard, and proprietary file formats to which grids can be exported, there’s always one more we haven’t yet implemented,” said Patrick Baker, Pointwise’s manager of product development. “With the CAE plug-in interface, Pointwise’s customers can implement their own custom exporter and have it working within hours.”

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Events: Introductory OpenFOAM Course
Posted Fri April 09, 2010 @09:37AM
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Announcements Gridcore AB together with Wikki Ltd. will hold a two-day introductory OpenFOAM course on May 5-6, 2010 in Gothenburg, Sweden.

The course will be delivered by Henrik Rusche, main collaborator of Prof. Hrvoje Jasak and partner at Wikki Ltd.

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New Software: FloVENT v8 Targeted at Design Engineers
Posted Fri April 09, 2010 @09:24AM
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News Mentor Graphics Corporation today announced the release of the FloVENT® v8 solution with significant enhancements in heating, ventilation and air-conditioning (HVAC) model creation, solution performance and results visualization.

These enhancements to the already well proven technology of the FloVENT tool enable design engineers of built environments, data centers and clean rooms to quickly set up build scenarios and accurately analyze them for proper cooling, heating, contamination control and ventilation. The result is higher productivity for the designer and the ability to run more “what-if” variants, thus converging on the best design possible.

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New Software: STAR-CCM+ V5 Delivers Truly Parametric Engineering Simulation
Posted Wed April 07, 2010 @09:21PM
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CD-adapco CD-adapco is pleased to announce the release of STAR-CCM+ V5.

Since its first release, STAR-CCM+ has evolved into an integrated platform for powerful multi-disciplinary engineering simulation, including: combustion; multiphase flow; heat transfer through solids and fluids; dynamic fluid body interaction; solid stress; and fully implicit fluid structure interaction: all from within a single environment.

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